Kids In The Kitchen Printable Pack

Our boys love getting in the kitchen and helping with the cooking, but there is a lot they need to learn to be able to help. I created this Kids In the Kitchen printable pack as a way to teach them the basics of what is needed when cooking.

This fun Kids in the Kitchen printable pack will help your kids learn about kitchen safety, tools, measurement, and more! Includes recipes, too!

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First, I have created a Kitchen Safety list as I think this is very important. A kitchen can be dangerous when you are not taking care, so children need to be aware of the dangers that are present. Personally, I printed out this list, laminated it and put it on the fridge where the boys can read before each kitchen session.

Next are some pages about some of the appliances and tools that are used in the kitchen. These pages are great in teaching what each appliance does and how the tools are used.

Kids In The Kitchen learning kitchen tools

Following these, are pages all about the measuring jugs, cups and spoons. It is a great way for kids to learn new math skills, measuring each ingredient using the correct tool. 

Kids In the Kitchen learning measurements 

And finally there are some easy recipes for the kids to make using the skills they have learnt. Your kids will love making their own banana ice cream, berry smoothie and yummy milo balls. These recipes are simple and quick to make and you only need a few, basic ingredients for each one. To involve your  child even more, they could also write a shopping list and help you purchase the ingredients needed to make these recipes. There is also a page for them to create their own recipe. 

Kids In The Kitchen easy recipes

Not only will your kids enjoy helping you in the kitchen with this fun Kids In The Kitchen Printable Pack, they will also learn life skills and math skills when cooking the fun recipes.

I hope you enjoy this pack and your yummy treats!

Download the Printable Pack!


My First Recipe Binder for Kids! 

If you think your kids will like this, they will LOVE the new My First Recipe Binder for Kids! It includes the In the Kitchen printable at the end but has SO much more to offer. It comes in green and pink versions, and includes the Kids in the Kitchen Pack as well as 133 pages of learning fun! CLICK HERE to find out more.

What a great idea! Set up a kitchen binder for learning and fun. My First Kitchen Binder Kids makes a great keepsake, too!


This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Janett Reed

    This is a very awesome unit study! We have a tiny kitchen so when my 3 kids want to crowd in it gets stressful fast. Love the idea of the posted safety rules, Hope that takes away some of my worry when they are enthusiastically creating their culinary masterpieces. (They watch why too many food shows on Netflix/Food Chanel!)
    Love how this has great worksheets on measurements that help with understanding fractions, I think they will help the kids get the hands on learning to finally understand their math lessons.
    Thanks so much!!

  2. Angela McAlister

    thank you so much for the downloads…my kids are gonna love them

  3. Lisa

    thank you so much for the downloads. I will be using these this summer when I have my grandchildren here with me. they will love them.

    1. Tauna

      You’re welcome! 🙂

  4. George P.

    Thank you so much! I needed something to work towards cooking and kitchen activities for a gentleman with autism.

    1. Tauna Meyer

      I’m glad it’s helpful!

  5. Sylvia Kemeni

    I work with Special Needs students and this package is absolutely wonderful. It has saved me hours of creating, editing and looking for work for my students. I will keep coming back for more. You did a wonderful job.

  6. Lindy Fike

    I am trying to download this pack and the link is not working for me

    1. Tauna Meyer

      Sorry about that! The form was missing but it should be there now. Feel free to email me at [email protected] if you keep running into trouble!

  7. Heather

    Wow. This is so thought out and brilliant! Thank you so much!! My son loves to help and is getting quite confident in the kitchen, so I’m hoping to use this to inspire my daughter, and teach my son the more detailed and important tools and rules! Thank you again!!

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